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Non preresiquite subjects for UMEP physics
« on: May 21, 2021, 10:42:51 pm »
Hi, hope everyone is well. So I was hoping to do UMEP physics or mathematics next year and my grades for methods, spec and physics are all 90-100 and my English and chemistry are also between 85-90, but I also do religion 3/4 which is around 75 (1 rank above mid cohort) and also Italian which is... not very good, about 60-65%. On the website it says you need a B+ average for non preresiquite subjects, but like it is Italian, it has nothing to do with physics and I am not a native speaker, it is my 7th subject that I was planning to take just this year for fun and drop in year 12. Do you think that this will stop me from being accepted or will they over look it?
"Don't give up, and don't put too much effort into things that don't matter"-Albert Einstein, probably.